The American Academy of Pediatrics
encourages parents to keep their children
facing the rear as long as the Car Seat can
accomodate their height and weight. This is
usually between 30-35 pounds and 29-49
inches and the child's head is within an inch
of the top of the Car Seat. Don't "graduate"
your child to forward facing too soon.
Under PA Law, a child younger than 2 years of age must be secured in a rear facing car seat.
Parents and caregivers are encouraged to learn how to properly install a car seat or booster seat in their vehicle.
Did you know that, nationally, eight out of ten child car seats are installed incorrectly?
We are committed to preventing child injuries and deaths in vehicle crashes by educating folks on how to safely transport kids.